organize emergency rally against brutal U.S. occupation
(9/4/04) HALIFAX --A
number of prominent anti-war activists in Halifax have denounced the barbarous
U.S. slaughter of Iraqis, defended the right of the people of Iraq for
self-determination and called for an emergency rally in that city to end
the brutal occupation of Iraq.
public sector on strike since April 1
(4/6/04) In the largest such mass action in its history, Newfoundland's
20 000 public sector workers went out on strike April 1st.
Concessions, Concessions: That's What's at Stake
and Labrador Association of Public and Private Employees (NAPE) position
World Still Says No to War!
(3/21/04) Reports from Halifax, Antigonish, across Canada and around the
world as millions of people participate in actions against the Iraqi war
(3/20/04) On the first anniversary of the war. Point of View TONY SEED
Anti-Poverty Initiative denounces slurs against the poor
(2/20/04) Haligonians should be able to live a life of dignity and security.
in the dock. Part II
(1/28/04) Eastern Passage fisherman WAYNE EDDIE speaks about a Federal
Court case against DFO.
Law students discuss social, political impacts of law
(6/3/04) Between 80 to 100 law students participated in a vigorous conference
at Dalhousie University on March 5-6
Invaders are haunted by their own pragmatic ethos that "Nothing Succeeds
(4/3/03) OTTAWA-HULL --In this war of aggression
against Iraq, it has become clear that the invaders are haunted by their
own pragmatic ethos that "nothing succeeds like success." SANDRA L. SMITH
smell of money: British Columbia's gas rush
(1/28/04) Monopoly right and Beautiful BC. SHEFA SIEGEL
All that talk of civil war, and now this carnage. Coincidence?
(3/3/04) There never has been a civil war in Iraq. ROBERT FISK
UNESCO urges teaching of indigenous languages from earliest age
(3/21/04) Why Iraq? Oil and U.S. Foreign Policy. ISAAC SANEY
(2/20/04) An average of two languages die out every month.
PEI students visit Gaelic hearth
(4/6/04) First-ever visit to Isle of Skye and Kyle of Lochalsh.
Movie review: "The Passion" -- truth or fiction?
An avoidance of reality. MAZIN QUMSIYEH
Chix with stix
After only about a hundred years, women’s hockey is finally getting some
respect. Joe Clark
Hikes, Rambles & Outings
- Mmmm, it's maple syrup season
- Maple sugar camps in Nova Scotia:
where to go
LEGACIES - PAST/PROGRESSIVE
Remembering Ed Miller
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